Gourmet retail interior by HEAD Architecture, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2012 by retail design blog

This 15,000 square foot foodhall is situated in the basement of Causeway Bay’s high end Lee Garden fashion district. Our design fully utilises the dramatic impact of a five storey sunlit atrium which rises above the central part of the foodhall. Five individually designed concession pods are located in front of five equally spaced structural columns around the atrium. A ‘food street’ also offers a variety of international lunchtime meals.

Designed by HEAD Architecture and Design Limited


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One thought on “Gourmet retail interior by HEAD Architecture, Hong Kong

  1. hang says:

    FYI, this store actually closed about half year ago…

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